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meandnobodybutme Be otherworldly, count your blessings, seduce a stranger

stop using shampoo (read all 3 entries…)

Low-poo : substitute of shampoo without harmfull chemicals like SLS/SLES/Mineral oil/Parabens.

I have discovered my own favorite Low-poo since I have to wait for the Indian herbs to arive. It’s the Weleda calendula baby shampoo/body wash.

Yes baby shampoo. Why? It’s one of the 3 all natural shampoos of Weleda. I know baby shampoos are extra mild. A downside of a shampoo made for baby is that they are tear-free.
Why that would be a downside? It means that the Ph is neutral (7) while the ideal Ph for your hair/scalp is around 5,5.
When I tried this for the first time I found it made my hair too dry..

So I added some herb vinegar ( found in the local store.. it’s with rosemary and thyme)to balance the Ph to around 5,5. That does the trick! I also added a little amla oil because that makes my hair shiny and strong.

Now ít’s just a super low-poo. It’s a shampoo and conditioner alternative all into 1 bottle. It’s because I think the 2 step methode ( backing soda rinse+ apple cider vinegar rinse ) is too much difficulty for me.

It might be expensive to buy an all natural shampoo and add vinegar and oil to it. But on the other hand since I will use it as less as possible it will last longer than a cheap shampooo that I use too often.



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